If you are advocating for a cause, trying to win votes, marketing an idea in your institution, or need to change the minds of elected and appointed officials, you need a network: working relationships with allies. You need people from different points of view, different institutions or departments, and who bring a variety of skills. Where are they, who are they, and why will they want to support you?
- Introduction: Why Support Networks Are Necessary
- The Key Idea: All Great Ideas Need A Team
- What Is A Network: Investing In Relationships
- Mapping Personal, Community, And Institutional Networks
- Recruitment And Retention
- Staying On Track: Strategic Alliances
- Sharing The Glory
- Build and maintain relationships for the good of your project.
- Recruit a diversity of people to provide support.
- Raise effective awareness of issues that translates into money and votes.
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